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authorGravatar Fabio Estevam <festevam@gmail.com>2017-01-29 18:10:17 -0200
committerGravatar Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>2017-01-31 10:21:28 +0100
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parent429388a86b8cb20a6c818357e6294ae3e24d3b82 (diff)
configs/imx6q-sabresd: Add new defconfig
Add imx6q-sabresd_defconfig which supports imx6q-sabresd board using mainline U-Boot and mainline kernel. Keep freescale_imx6qsabresd_defconfig for those who want to run U-Boot and kernel versions from NXP. Signed-off-by: Fabio Estevam <festevam@gmail.com> Signed-off-by: Peter Korsgaard <peter@korsgaard.com>
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+Freescale i.MX6Q Sabre SD board
+This file documents the Buildroot support for the Freescale i.MX6Q Sabre SD
+This configuration uses U-Boot mainline and kernel mainline.
+First, configure Buildroot for the i.MX6Q Sabre SD board:
+ make imx6q-sabresd_defconfig
+Build all components:
+ make
+You will find the following files in output/images/ :
+ - imx6q-sabresd.dtb
+ - rootfs.ext4
+ - rootfs.tar
+ - sdcard.img
+ - u-boot.imx
+ - zImage
+Create a bootable SD card
+To determine the device associated to the SD card have a look in the
+/proc/partitions file:
+ cat /proc/partitions
+Buildroot prepares a bootable "sdcard.img" image in the output/images/
+directory, ready to be dumped on a SD card. Launch the following
+command as root:
+ dd if=output/images/sdcard.img of=/dev/<your-sd-device>
+*** WARNING! This will destroy all the card content. Use with care! ***
+For details about the medium image layout, see the definition in
+Boot the i.MX6Q Sabre SD board
+To boot your newly created system:
+- insert the SD card in the SD3 slot of the board (close to the HDMI connector);
+- put a micro USB cable into the Debug USB Port and connect using a terminal
+ emulator at 115200 bps, 8n1;
+- power on the board.